Found August 08, 2012 on Double Coverage Football:
The 2006 Louisville Cardinals arrived in Piscataway with an 8-0 record and a #3 ranking. It looked as if all the Cardinals would need to do in order to play the winner #1 Ohio State vs. #2 Michigan was beat #15 Rutgers and it'd be smooth sailing to Glendale. The worst was behind them, having just beaten previously #3 ranked West Virginia seven days earlier. With a 25-7 lead late in the 2nd quarter, it looked as if all was going to plan. However, a Ray Rice TD to close the half combined with The Ville's inability to do anything offensively in the second half allowed Rutgers to tie the game midway through the 4th quarter. With just :21 to go, Rutgers had one last shot to take the lead after stopping Louisville's previous drive. The 33 yard FG seemed like a go ahead, but kicker Jeremy Ito pushed it left. Lucky for him, a Louisville player was offsides and the Scarlet Knights were given another chance. Ito didn't miss this time from 28 yards and Rutgers upset title hop...
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